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It was a bitter cold afternoon, and a light snow was falling from dark gray clouds that seemed to hug the ground. But inside Whiz Kidz Preschool it was like a rainbow as pick-up time neared and school owners Sonia Hernandez and Barbara Wells helped the children gather their multi-colored parkas, mufflers, mittens, knitted caps, and fluorescent rain slickers.
“I just love all the colors in those winter garments,” Barbara said to Sonia.
“They do light the eyes,” Sonia admitted, “but making sure each child gets the right stuff is always a challenge with all the other stuff that goes on.”
“All the other stuff ...